By Kaylani Dawkins. Closets And Wardrobes. Published at Monday, April 30th, 2018 - 05:59:38 AM.
Wardrobes are available in various materials like wood, metal, fibre and so on. Wooden wardrobes are the most popular option and wardrobes area available in various types of wood like oak and pine, which are by far the most popular. Mahogany, mango, and beech also are used in making TV cabinets and wardrobes. The neutral shade of pine makes it a wonderful option as it goes well with all colours and décor. Oak too is neutral in shade and is an affordable option for the budget buyers. It is long lasting too and offers an exceptional value for money.
Wardrobes and cabinets do not just add up to the aesthetic appeal of your home but also increase the functionality of spaces. While scouting for a wardrobe, you should consider a few important questions like the size, the type of materials and the space constraints.
There are hundreds of sample wardrobes that you can choose from for your custom design, and you can easily find the style, color, and size of custom wardrobe that will fit in your room. Work with the designers to create your own wardrobe design using the measurements that you have taken and the various wardrobe samples that the designer can show you.
The first type of custom design wardrobe is called "bespoke". Bespoke design is a design that you and a wardrobe designer come up with together, and which is constructed by a local craftsman or workshop specifically for you. You are able to set the design, style, colors, and pattern of your wardrobe, and you are even able to select the wood that you want to use. Once you and your designer have agreed on a design for your wardrobe, the plans are sent off to a local craftsman to be made according to your request. If you want a wardrobe that will be according to very specific plans and dimensions, you may find that a bespoke design is exactly what you are looking for.
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